Photo Coverage: Inside ALL THE RAGE Opening Night!
piece by piece productions, Rising Phoenix Repertory, and The Barrow Group have announced that All The Rage, written and performed by Martin Moran, and directed by Seth Barrish, began performances on Saturday, January 19, at 7pm at the Peter Jay Sharp Theater, 416 West 42 Street, between Ninth and Tenth Avenues. The opening night was yesterday, January 30, and you can check out coverage from the opening below!
What happens when a mild-mannered Manhattanite shows up at his father's Las Vegas funeral and ends up in a fight with his fuming stepmother? Or when he suddenly finds himself in a room translating the details of an asylum seeker's torture? In All The Rage, his new solo work, Martin Moran takes us on a quest from West of the Rockies to South of Johannesburg, unearthing the unexpected connections and human hilarities that arise as he attempts to resolve an ancient riddle: how is it that in one moment we might reach out in compassion and in the next...kill?
Martin Moran and Seth Barrish are the team that created 2004's OBIE Award-winning The Tricky Part, Moran's frank and often funny look at the harrowing complexity of finding forgiveness in the wake of a Catholic boyhood marked by sexual abuse.
All the Rage plays Monday, Wednesday - Saturday at 7pm; Sunday at 3pm and 7pm, through Sunday, February 24 at the Peter Jay Sharp Theater, 416 West 42 Street, between Ninth and Tenth Avenues. There are no performances on Thursday, January 24 and Thursday, January 31; there will be added performances on Tuesday, January 22 and Tuesday, January 29, both at 7pm. Tickets are $55 and may be purchased by visiting www.ticketcentral.com, or by phoning 212-279-4200, or at the Ticket Central box office, 416 West 42 Street (Monday through Sunday, 12pm - 8pm). Same-day, $10 student rush tickets are available at the box office; $15 advance student rush tickets may be purchased by phone, online, or at the box office. Tickets go on sale Monday, December 10. The running time of All The Rage is 75 minutes.Photo Credit: Walter McBride
Director Seth Barrish